Central experiences heat waves

Central experiences heat waves

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting this morning (June 19) said heat waves will occur in the northern and central region.
Rains hit nationwide

Rains hit nationwide

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said the northern and north central region continue suffering heavy rains and thunderstorms; even heavy rains are hitting the central highlands and southern region.


Hot spell hits central, north

Hot spell hits central, north

The National Center for Hydro Meteorological Forecasting said starting June 13, the large-scale hot spell is forecast to hit the central region.
South, central highlands see rains

South, central highlands see rains

The national center for Hydro Meteorological and Forecasting said due to the influence of a low-pressure system and strong winds, the northern and north central region will experience rain and thunderstorms and lightning.


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North and Central area hits 36 degree Celsius

According to the Meteorological Forecast Center, in May 1, the temperature in northern and the north central region of Vietnam will increase, the peak temperature reaches 31-34 degree C, some places of northwest region and western mountainous zone from Thanh Hoa to Thua Thien-Hue reach 36 degree C.

Heat wave hits nationwide

Heat wave hits nationwide

The national center for Hydro-meteorological forecasting said the heat wave is hitting in the north and central region due to the influence of high-pressure system in the west spreading out the southeast areas.

 

Heat reducing in south from April 16

Heat reducing in south from April 16

According to the National Center for Hydro-meteorological Forecasting, after days of scorching heat with the temperature reached 37-38oC, the weather in the South will cool down thanks to the effect of the weather change in the Northern and Central regions.

Vegetable farmers profit of $13,171 per hectare: Plant Protection head

Vegetable farmers profit of $13,171 per hectare: Plant Protection head

Following articles released to social media that farmers in the northern and central regions throw away vegetables because vegetable prices plunge drastically, in his yesterday report, head of the Department of Plant Protection Nguyen Hong Son wrote vegetable farmers earned a profit of VND300 million($13,171) per hectare